Featured Handsets

Haptic effects implemented with Immersion’s Haptic SDK ensure quality haptic sensations across ALL Android handsets, regardless of underlying vibration technologies. But the experience is best when handsets have Immersion’s embedded TouchSense® technology. Some of the latest handsets in the market with Immersion TouchSense technology are listed below.

  • Samsung Galaxy Gear

    Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean

    Released September 2013, worldwide.

    Samsung utilized Immersion's TouchSense® technology to make optimized vibration patterns of notification and operation. As a result, GALAXY Gear is equipped with optimized tactile effects and notifications that use Immersion's low-power, quiet and high fidelity technology.

    In a wearable device, tactile feedback is an ideal means for alerting and notifying users in a completely discreet and non-visual manner. Information about unread messages, appointments and location based notifications can be communicated via wearable technology because the tactile effects both inform users without requiring full attention and do so without socially disruptive audio alerts or visual distraction.

  • Samsung Galaxy S IV

    Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean

    Released April 2013, worldwide.

    "Samsung has added some of the gesture and haptic features from its Galaxy Note line into the Galaxy S4. A new feature called Air View lets users hover their fingers over content in certain apps – such as Flipboard – and see a preview of the content before changing screens. Air Gestures are Kinect-like gestures that allow users to navigate the phone and even make voice calls without touching the screen."

    -Mashable

  • Fujitsu Raku-Raku

    Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

    Released July 2012, worldwide.

    Fujitsu Raku-Raku F-12D, the first publicly available smartphone using Immersion’s TouchSense 5000 embedded control software combined with a high-fidelity piezo actuator to create HD Haptic effects. The phone, which also includes Immersion’s Integrator software, is designed to create an easy-to-understand user interface targeted toward users looking for an intuitive smartphone design.

  • LG Optimus 4X HD

    Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

    Released June 2012, worldwide.

    LG announces its first Quad-core smartphone, the Optimus 4X HD. Featuring NVIDIA’s 4-PLUS-1™ Quad-Core mobile processor, Tegra 3, the Optimus 4X HD boasts of unparalleled performance and speed. The 4.7-inch True HD IPS display offers a superior high-clarity viewing experience with a resolution of 1280 x 720.

  • Pantech Element

    Android 3.2 Honeycomb

    Released January 2012, North America

    The Pantech Element combines a single piezo actuator from Samsung Electro-Mechanics Corp and the DRV-8662 haptic piezo driver from TI with Immersion’s TouchSense 5000 control software and HD Integrator tools...making it the first tablet to feature Immersion's Hi-Def Haptics technology.

  • LG Nitro HD

    Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread

    Released December 2011, worldwide.

    LTE/HSPA+ 4G LTE compatibility, Snapdragon™ processor with 1.5GHz dual CPUs, 4.5" True HD IPS display, 1.3 MP front-facing camera, 8.0 MP HD rear-facing camera and camcorder with LED flash, Hotspot with Wi-Fi Direct™ and Wi-Fi Share

  • NEC Medias PP N-01D

    Android 2.3 Gingerbread

    Released December 2011, Japan

    The Medias PP N-01D by NEC Casio from NTT DoCoMo's "next" series has a big feature list to match its long name, coming complete with a 4-inch AMOLED display, 1.4GHz processor, 8.1-megapixel camera, a water and dust resistant case, and Bluetooth 4.0.

  • Fujitsu Arrows Tab

    Android Honeycomb 3.1

    Released October 2011, Japan.

    ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D, is powered by the ultra high-speed Xi communications network and is equipped with a high-performance dual core CPU, DLNA connectivity, and a quick-response touchscreen. It delivers hi-fi video viewing through a large 10.1" display and front stereo speakers with Dolby® Mobile v3. Moreover, F-01D's lightweight body, measuring approximately 597g, is IPX5/7 water-resistant.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note

    Android 2.3 Gingerbread

    Released September 2011, worldwide.

    Sized between the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Tab, the Note is a 5.3-inch handset with a stowaway pen for note-taking, drawing and grabbing screen captures. The Gingerbread-running LTE and HSPA+ handset with a 1280 x 800 Super AMOLED display, dual 8MP and 2MP cameras, a removable 2,500mAh battery and the same Samsung-made dual-core 1.4GHz processor.

  • Toshibe Thrive 10"

    Android 3.0 Honeycomb

    Released July 2011, worldwide.

    he Toshiba Thrive's very aggressive pricing gives it an advantage over most other tablets. Its grooved back, full HDMI and USB support, full SD card slot, and replaceable battery justify its very bulky design. Also, its built-in file management system makes finding and accessing files in Honeycomb easier..

  • Samsung Galaxy Gear
  • Samsung Galaxy S IV
  • Fujitsu Raku-Raku
  • LG Optimus 4X HD
  • Pantech Element
  • LG Nitro HD
  • NEC Medias PP N-01D
  • Fujitsu Arrows Tab
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Toshibe Thrive 10"